HEATHEN: New Video Interview Posted Online

Aniruddh "Andrew" Bansal of Metal Assault conducted an interview with San Francisco Bay Area thrashers HEATHEN on June 11, 2010 at the Key Club in Hollywood, California. You can now watch the chat below.

HEATHEN spent a weekend in early April in Sacramento, California filming a video for the song "Dying Season" from the band's recently released "The Evolution Of Chaos" album. The clip was helmed by Darin Wood, Christy Savage and Amy Slockbower of Trash Film Orgy Productions, a company that specializes in B-horror films. This is Trash Film Orgy's first foray into the metal video world. Also on the set was airbrush artist Alvin Petty, creator of HEATHEN's "Victims Of Deception" (1991) and "Recovered" (2004) album covers, as well as METALLICA's "Creeping Death" EP cover.

Though hesitant to give away too much, the band said the concept centers around a never-ending war no one can win and features, among other things, soldiers and zombies. Vocalist David White plays the role of general for an added twist.

"The Evolution Of Chaos", was released in the U.S. on February 16. The CD was issued in Japan on December 23, 2009 via King Records and was made available on January 25 in Europe via Holland's Mascot Records.

The band's current lineup includes Lee Altus (guitar), Kragen Lum (guitar; PROTOTYPE), Dave White (vocals), Jon Torres (bass; ANGELWITCH) and returning drummer Darren Minter.


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